Maggie played her so-sr seasons at Centennial HS. She was a member of the first varsity softball team at Centennial in 1999-2000. Maggie scored 102 runs, had 144 hits, 80 rbi, and only 21 strike outs in 372 at bats over her three years at Centennial.
Maggie went on to play 2 years at DII U. of Colorado State at Pueblo. She walked on to UNLV's softball team and started at catcher her final 2 seasons there. She went on to be an asst. at UNLV and is currently an asst. at U. of Utah (2012).
Tory played 4 years at Centennial HS and holds many school and state records. Tory was a key cog in the 2004 team's batting order batting clean-up behind Shannon Crisp. Tory compiled 202 career hits, 37 doubles, 106 RBI, and a state championship in 2004. Tory went on to play four seasons at the University of Niagara. Tory set many school records at Niagara as well and paved the way for her younger sister Teresa there.
Shannon played 4 years at Centennial HS. She holds the NV state record for strikeouts in a season with 403 in 2004. Shannon led her team to its first state championship that season by winning 30 games and losing only 4 in 2004. Offensively Shannon hit 33 career home runs, 21 triples, 202 hits, 163 RBI, and a career batting average of .469. Shannon was named Gatorade player of the year for the state of NV in 2004. Shannon went on to pitch for UNLV for the 2005-2007 seasons.
Teresa Healy ranks 3rd in school history in runs scored (132), 4th in hits (168), 5th in doubles (35), 2nd in triples (17), 3rd in HR's (14), and 4th in RBI (112). She holds single season records: runs scored (59,2007), hits (75,2007)triples (8,2005)and batting average (.564,2007).
Teresa went on to play 4 years at Niagara University in New York where she also broke and set many of their records.
Johnna played 4 seasons for Centennial HS. Johnna was an outstanding defensive player, playing mainly shortstop over her career. Johnna holds many school and state records. For her career Johnna compiled 229 hits, 65 doubles (state record), 27 home runs, and 198 RBI. Johnna was a major part of the 2009 state champion team. Johnna also compete in basketball and volleyball all four years at Centennial. Johnna was named Centennial HS female athlete of the year in 2004.